Close to half of India's billion dollar-plus tech ventures—26 till mid-August—have emerged in 2021. Two dozen unicorns have emerged in just eight months. Can they keep galloping?
The latest funding, led by GII, Northern Arc and Incred, swells the overall Series C kitty to Rs 230 crore in a month
When older companies started downsizing or shutting shop during the pandemic, startups continued to gain momentum. In 2021 alone, startups have raised more than $20 billion in funding
The managing partner at Prime Venture Partners on why startups must use money as a tool and not a weapon, and how first wave of Digital India has aligned with other factors to create a heady environment for the birth of unicorns
One similarity between grammar and business is that both are defined by punctuation marks. As the recent unprecedented unicorn run of startups indicates, the magic is in knowing when and how the two go together
In April 2021, in the span of just four days, India spawned six unicorns. Compare that number with just eight unicorns in the entirety of the last year. 25 unicorns have emerged in the first eight months of this year. Why is it raining unicorns in India? Can they keep galloping? Cover story author Rajiv Singh explains how the glut of money, less cash burn by startups, and digital push during the pandemic has fuelled their run
Its success will spur many more SaaS entrepreneurs to build from Chennai and Bengaluru, for the world, chasing a multi-billion dollar opportunity in cloud software
Former Zomato co-founder and one of its earliest employees and now Mindhouse co-founders Pankaj Chaddah and Pooja Khanna on making a transition from the food business to health and mental wellness, and how the pandemic made Mindhouse pivot its business model and approach